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naming problems in websphere4.0 advanced server single server

 
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I am having some JNDI problems now.
I run the examples that came along with a Workbook by Kyle Brown.
In some of them when I run the client I get a Namenotfound exception even though I have made the correct JNDI settings while installing the EAR/JAR in the app server. I wonder if I have to make any settings in the application assembler while creating the EAR and JAR files.
I do a dumpnamespace and my bean JNDI is not listed.
This is a serious problem because it would prevent further development.
Thanks..
Chandra Rajaraman
 
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Moving this to the WebSphere forum.
 
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If the namespace is not listed in the dump then it probably means the deployment or startup was not successful. Shut down your server, delete the standard out server logs (where to find them is covered in my workbook) and then restart it. Then carefully read through the logs and see if you can't identify the error.
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